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Although Rosephanye Powell often selects sacred texts for her music, it is the uniqueness of her writing style that enables it to serve both in worship and concert. Ascribe to the Lord, one of her
A plaintive opening expands into lush four-part harmony in this compelling a cappella concert selection. Meditative and earnest, Sally's glorious setting of the prayerful text will inspire your finest
This haunting melody from the Italian Renaissance has been recorded most recently by Charlotte Church and Andrea Bocelli. Patrick Liebergen's setting features straightforward vocal lines, a supportive piano
Randall Johnson is a master at combining traditional and jazz styles. The Latin Benedictus text harkens to an ancient time, and, after a solemn start, the music suddenly breaks into a fast and festive roll,
The familiar Latin text has been set many times by many composers, but this dynamic and rhythmic composition rises above. Opens with a driving, marcato theme, which is brilliantly contrasted by the
This is appropriately powerful and intense! Angular phrases and percussive attacks add to the drama in this contemporary Latin setting of the Day of Wrath text. A tour de force for
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From Vivaldi's ever-popular Gloria, this is the joyous opening movement, arranged for male voices. An excellent selection for concert or festival!
The poetic imagery of this psalm makes it usable not only as a general anthem but also for Ascension, Eastertide or Christ the King Sunday. The festive brass and percussion parts added to the organ make
Create a moment of reverence and reflection with this English Renaissance anthem, now arranged for men's voices. Ideal for concert and worship. Very accessible and highly recommended!
Available with a variety of accompaniment options, this song of jubilation is fun to perform! The choir parts are easy and give each section a chance to be heard, while the text is an outpouring of
This is a fantastic festival piece! The Latin words taken from the Psalms are joyful, and the parts are easily learned. The antiphonal nature of the work sets it apart as a great concert opener or
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